Workforce diversity is no longer an aspiration for businesses—it’s the norm. While diversity brings substantial benefits to organizations, it also brings management and leadership challenges to maximizing and capitalizing on those benefits.
That’s why Towson University has developed a two-day program for leaders at all levels of the corporate, non-profit, and government sectors. The Leading Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace program is intended to build leaders who can motivate and engage a diverse workforce and create and sustain cultures of inclusion.
We’ve pulled together this brief video that really highlights the business case for diversity and inclusion.
Finding Inclusion Webinar
To further the conversation, I recently sat down with Leah Cox, Ph.D., vice president for inclusion and institutional equity at Towson University, for the first edition of our new Finding Inclusion webinar series, which focuses on how organizations must go beyond simple diversity metrics in order to create truly inclusive work environments.
This webinar is part of TU’s Leading Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace Program and features insights from leaders in higher education and the public and private sectors.
Meet Leah Cox
Dr. Cox is Towson University’s first vice president for inclusion and institutional equity. LEARN MORE